Sine die was filled with several memorable moments.Read More »
For the past 11 years, Ken Strobeck has fought for cities’ rights at the Legislature as the director...
Republican Rep. Jay Lawrence of Scottsdale told readers of the blog that he had filed a complaint wi...
When Javan “J.D.” Mesnard first showed up at the Capitol in 2002, he was a messy-haired 21-year-old ...
Drugmakers that produce opioid painkillers and allied advocacy groups have spent more than $880 mill...
Rep. Ceci Velasquez, D-Phoenix, has agreed to a plea bargain to end a criminal case alleging food st...
The City of Phoenix has sued the state over a law passed earlier this year that changes the way muni...
Rep. J.D. Mesnard, R-Chandler, appears to have locked up the votes to become the next speaker of the...
Lawmakers introduced 1,361 bills, memorials and resolutions in the 2016 legislative session, but in the end, most of those measures were left on the cutting room floor.Read More »
America’s civil rights legacy has been “hijacked” by blacks, and revisionist history unfairly denigrates “English-speaking white citizens” even though they freed the slaves and ended segregation, according to a group planning a “civil rights conference” on the floor of the Arizona House of Representatives later this month.Read More »
A new law signed Wednesday by Gov. Doug Ducey will affect where you can -- and cannot -- fly a drone. And it voids any attempt by cities and counties to impose their own rules.Read More »
A herd of wild horses living near Arizona's Salt River came a step closer to new protections under legislation Gov. Doug Ducey signed on Wednesday.Read More »
Secretary of State Michele Reagan won’t cancel next week’s special election even though her office failed to mail out on time more than 200,000 pamphlets with details of what’s on the ballot.Read More »
Gov. Doug Ducey today penned his approval to a $9.6 billion budget that actually spends more than he wanted.Read More »
Gov. Doug Ducey is refusing to force Arizona to join with other states to restrict what kind of gun laws each can adopt.Read More »
Gov. Doug Ducey today vetoed legislation that would have tilted the balance of power in favor of developers and away from local governments in some special taxing districts.Read More »
Gov. Doug Ducey today vetoed two measures that could ease water-supply requirement for developers.Read More »